Fatboy Slim

born on 31/7/1963 in Bromley, Kent, England, United Kingdom

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Norman Cook

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Norman Cook
Born July 31 1963

Norman Quentin Cook[1] (born Quentin Leo Cook on 31 July 1963 in Bromley, England[2] better known by his stage name Fatboy Slim, is a british DJ, big beat rapper and record producer. He is a pioneer of the electronic dance genre that achieved mainstream popularity in the 1990s. Cook has achieved considerable success in the UK charts, performing as Fatboy Slim and with The Housemartins, Beats International and Freak Power. He currently performs as the Brighton Port Authority.

History

Quentin Leo Cook was raised in Reigate, Surrey, England, and was educated at Reigate Grammar School. He played drums in Disque Attack (a British new-wave-influenced rock band). When frontman Charlie Alcock was told by his parents that he had to give up the band to concentrate on his O levels, Cook took over as lead vocalist. At Reigate College he also met Paul Heaton with whom he formed the Stomping Pondfrogs. At 18, he went to the Brighton Polytechnic to study a BA in English, politics and sociology. Although he had begun DJing some years before, it was at this time that he began to develop his skills on the thriving Brighton club scene.

Known as DJ Quentox (The OX that Rocks) Cook and DJ Baptiste started putting on Youth Club Hip Hop jams in Brighton, sowing the seeds of the City's flourishing Hip Hop scene today. These primitive 80s block parties are recalled in the music documentary 'South Coast' which documents Brighton's cult Hip Hop scene from its grass roots to the present day.

In 1985 Cook's friend Paul Heaton had formed a guitar band called The Housemartins. Their bassist quit on the eve of their first national tour, so Cook agreed to move to Hull to join them. The band soon had a hit single with "Happy Hour". They also reached number one just before Christmas 1986 with a version of "Caravan of Love" originally a hit the year before for Isley-Jasper-Isley. However, by 1988 they had split up. Heaton and the band's drummer Dave Hemingway went on to form The Beautiful South, while Cook moved back to Brighton to pursue his interest in the style of music he preferred. It was at this time that he first started working with young studio engineer Simon Thornton, with whom he continues to make records. All Cook's records released from that point onwards have involved both of them to varying degrees (Thornton is credited in 2004 as "Executive Producer" for example).

Cook achieved his first solo hit in 1989, featuring his future Beats International member MC Wildski called "Blame It on the Bassline". Credited to "Norman Cook feat. MC Wildski", the song followed the basic template of what was to come in the style of the music of Beats International. It became a modest hit in the UK Singles Chart, reaching #29.

Cook formed Beats International, a loose confederation of studio musicians including vocalists Lindy Layton, Lester Noel, D.J. Baptiste, rapper MC Wildski, and keyboardist Andy Boucher. Their first album Let Them Eat Bingo included the number one single "Dub Be Good to Me", which caused a legal dispute revolving around allegations of infringement of copyright through the liberal use of unauthorised samples: the bassline was a note-for-note lift from "The Guns of Brixton" by The Clash and the lyrics borrowed heavily from "Just Be Good to Me" by The S.O.S. Band. The 1991 follow-up album Excursion on the Version, an exploration of dub and reggae rhythms, failed to repeat the success of its predecessor, as it did not chart.

Cook then formed Freak Power with horn player Ashley Slater and singer Jesse Graham. They released their debut album Drive Thru Booty in 1994, which contained the single "Turn On, Tune In, Cop Out". The cut was picked up by the Levi's company for use in a multimillion-dollar advertising campaign. In 1996, Cook re-joined Freak Power for their second album More of Everything for Everybody.

Cook enlisted help from producer friends Tim Jeffery and JC Reid to create a house music album under the name Pizzaman. The 1995 Pizzamania album spawned three UK Top 40 hits in "Trippin' on Sunshine", "Sex on the Streets" and "Happiness". "Happiness" was picked up by the Del Monte Foods corporation for use in a UK fruit juice ad. The music videos for "Trippin' on Sunshine", "Sex on the Streets" and "Happiness" were all directed by Michael Dominic.

Cook also formed the group The Mighty Dub Katz along with Gareth Hansome (aka GMoney), Cook's former flatmate. Together they started the Boutique Nightclub in Brighton, formerly known as the Big Beat Boutique. Their biggest song together was "Magic Carpet Ride".

Recordings, 1997-2008

Cook adopted the new pseudonym Fatboy Slim in 1996. The Fatboy Slim album and Cook's second solo album Better Living Through Chemistry (released through Skint Records) contained the Top 40 UK hit, "Everybody Needs a 303".

Fatboy Slim's next work was the single "The Rockafeller Skank", released prior to the album You've Come a Long Way, Baby, both of which were released in 1998. "Praise You", also from this album, was Cook's first UK solo number one. Its music video, directed by Spike Jonze, won numerous awards.[3]

Halfway Between the Gutter and the Stars was his fourth solo album, released in 2000 and featured two collaborations with Macy Gray and "Weapon of Choice", which also was made into an award-winning video starring Christopher Walken.[4]

In 2003, he produced tracks 3 and 12 for the Blur album Think Tank, and in 2004, Palookaville was Cook's first studio album for four years.

Fatboy Slim's greatest hits album Why Try Harder was released on 19 June 2006. It comprises eighteen tracks, including ten Top 40 singles, a couple of Number Ones and two exclusive new tracks "Champion Sound" and "That Old Pair of Jeans". Most of the songs were shortened and heavily edited, resulting in almost fifteen minutes of unused space on the compact disc release.

In 2006 Cook travelled to Cuba, and wrote and produced two original Cuban crossover tracks for the album The Revolution Presents: Revolution, which was released by Studio !K7 and Rapster Records in 2009. The tracks were called "Shelter" (which featured long term collaborator Lateef); and "Siente Mi Ritmo", featuring Cuba's top female vocal group "Sexto Sentido". The recordings took place in Cuba's legendary EGREM Studios, home of the Buena Vista Social Club, and featured a band made up of Cuba's top young musicians, including Harold Lopez Nussa. Another track recorded during these sessions entitled "Guaguanco" was released separately under the Mighty Dub Katz moniker in 2006.

Cook has also been responsible for successful remixes for Cornershop, Beastie Boys, A Tribe Called Quest and Wildchild. In 2008 he did a remix of the track "Amazonas" for the charity Bottletop.[5]

Cook released a mix album in 2010 titled The Legend Returns as a covermount album in the June 2010 issue of Mixmag. The Brighton Port Authority (also known as the abbreviated version of the name, The BPA) is an alias for multi-instrumentalist and musician Norman Cook, who is better known as Fatboy Slim.[6]

The Brighton Port Authority

The act debuted in 2008 with a collaboration with David Byrne and Dizzee Rascal titled "Toe Jam", along with a music video featuring nude dancers with censor bars on them, making pictures and words with them.

The soundtrack album for the TV series Heroes also includes the BPA's track "He's Frank (Slight Return)" (a cover of a song by The Monochrome Set), with Iggy Pop as vocalist. The video for this track features a near life size puppet of Iggy Pop. An alternative club version was released under the "He's Frank (Washing Up)" title with the video featuring some footage of Iggy Pop acting and saying lyrics.

The band's first album, I Think We're Gonna Need a Bigger Boat, is the first to be co-produced by Cook's longtime engineer Simon Thornton, who also sings on one track. The album was released 6 January 2009 exclusively at Amazon.com on CD, with downloadable format and other stores scheduled for a month later on 3 February.

Performances

On 13 July 2002 Fatboy Slim performed the second of his free, open air concerts on Brighton Beach. Although organisers expected a crowd of around 60,000 people, the event instead attracted an estimated 250,000 who crammed the promenade and beach between Brighton's piers. Local police forced the event to end early amid safety concerns, overcrowding, and one death. After the music had finished and the crowd began to dissipate, traffic ensued throughout the Brighton area with many caught in traffic jams until the morning.[7]

In June 2005 Fatboy Slim filled the Friday night headline slot on the "Other Stage" at the Glastonbury Festival,.[8] In 2006, Fatboy Slim filled the Saturday headline slot at the Global Gathering festival, Long Marston Airfield in the English Midlands. He played a two hour set, appearing in front of a visual stage set comprising video screens and 3D lighting. A firework display rounded off the show.[9] Having being banned by police from playing in Brighton since 2002, Fatboy Slim was given permission in 2006 to play again in his home town. On 1 January 2007 he played to an audience of more than 20,000 fans along Brighton's seafront. Tickets to the event, titled "Fatboy Slim's Big Beach Boutique 3", were made available only to Brighton residents. The concert was deemed a stunning success by Sussex Police, Fatboy Slim, and the crowd.[10] The Cuban Brothers and David Guetta opened the concert. The next similar event, 'Big Beach Boutique 4', was held on 27 September 2008.[11]

In 2008 Fatboy Slim played at the Glastonbury Festival again, and headlined the O2 Wireless Festival and Rockness Festival. According to an NME interview, this may have been one of the last times he performed as Fatboy Slim, as he may now focus on his new album, The Brighton Port Authority (BPA).[12] Also in 2008, Fatboy Slim closed out the famed "Sahara" tent on Friday of the legendary Coachella Valley Music Festival. His introduction included a "Charlie and the Chocholate Factory" opening, that has been called by many one of the most memorable Sahara performances ever.

In 2009 he toured Australia in the Good Vibrations festival. Also in 2009, he played in Marlay Park, Ireland alongside David Guetta, Dizzee Rascal and Calvin Harris; as well as one huge performance at the Sziget Festival in Budapest. He also has performed at V Festival 2009.[13]

At Glastonbury 2009 he played an unadvertised concert in the "pinball-machine" stage at trash city.[14] In 2010 Fatboy Slim headlined the east dance at Glastonbury Festival.[15] On 18 June 2010 he performed in Cape Town, South Africa as part of the Cool Britannia FIFA World Cup music festival at the Cape Town International Convention Centre. On 30 May 2011 he performed as the headliner for Detroit's Electronic Music Festival in Detroit, Michigan, USA.

Biography

Cook was awarded a star on the city of Brighton's Walk of Fame, next to that of Winston Churchill.

He married TV personality Zoë Ball in 1999 at Babington House in Somerset; in January 2003, Cook broke up with Ball but three months later, they reconciled.[16] They have a son named Woody Fred Cook (born 15 December 2000) and a daughter named Nelly May Lois (born 14 January 2010). Cook is a 12% shareholder of the football club he has supported since moving to Brighton in the late 1980s, Brighton & Hove Albion.[17]

Q magazine named Fatboy Slim in their 50 Bands to See Before You Die list.[18]

On 4 March 2009, Cook checked into a rehabilitation centre in Bournemouth to fight a "booze addiction" that he has been battling "for some time".[19]

Because of an extended stay in rehab his performance at Snowbombing (week-long winter sports and music festival held in the Austrian ski resort of Mayrhofen) was canceled with the slot being filled by 2ManyDJs. Cook then left the clinic at the end of March.[20]

Cook completed the inaugural Brighton Marathon on 18 April 2010 in a time of 4:53:10.

Awards

In 1999, the video to "Praise You" won three MTV awards, for best direction (Spike Jonze), best choreography (Jones as "Richard Koufey") and best breakthrough video.[3] Fatboy Slim's single "The Rockafeller Skank" topped the Village Voice 1999 Pazz & Jop singles poll. In September 2001, Fatboy Slim's video for "Weapon of Choice", also directed by Spike Jonze, received six prizes at the MTV Video Awards, the most given to a single winner that year.[4] In May 2007, Cook received an Ivor Novello Award for his "outstanding contribution to British music".[21] Cook was also a judge for the 6th annual Independent Music Awards to support independent artists' careers.[22] He has won two Brit Awards, in 1999 and 2001, both for British Dance Act.

Bands and pseudonyms

  • Norman Cook, now his real name[1]
  • Beats International
  • Rockaway 3
  • Chemistry
  • Brighton Port Authority
  • DJ Delite Used in DJ Tools (e.g. acapellas) for Fatboy Slim Singles
  • Freak Power
  • Pizzaman
  • Sensataria
  • Cheeky Boy
  • Son of a Cheeky Boy
  • Son of Wilmot
  • Sunny Side Up
  • The Feelgood Factor
  • The Housemartins
  • Yum Yum Head Food
  • Fatboy Slim
  • Fried Funk Food
  • Mighty Dub Katz ("Magic Carpet Ride" dance song, 1996)
  • Slimboy Fat
  • Wildchild ("Renegade Master")

Discography

Albums

Studio albums

As Fatboy Slim
Year Details Peak chart positions Certifications
(sales thresholds)
UK
[23]
AUS
[24]
AUT
[25]
BEL (F)
[26]
BEL (W)
[27]
FIN
[28]
FRA
[29]
NLD
[30]
NOR
[31]
NZ
[32]
SWE
[33]
SWI
[34]
US
[35]
US
Dance

[36]
1996 Better Living Through Chemistry
  • Label: Skint
  • Released: 23 September 1996
  • Format: CD, CS, LP
69 50
1998 You've Come a Long Way, Baby
  • Label: Skint (UK), Astralwerks (U.S.)
  • Released: 19 October 1998
  • Format: CD, CS, LP, MD
1 2 13 27 35 29 10 27 20 1 24 23 34
  • UK: 3× Platinum[37]
  • AUS: 3× Platinum[38]
  • EU: 2×Platinum[39]
  • U.S.: Platinum[40]
  • FRA: Platinum
2000 Halfway Between the Gutter and the Stars
  • Label: Skint (UK), Astralwerks (U.S.)
  • Released: 6 November 2000
  • Format: CD, CS, LP, MD
8 6 22 30 39 21 64 23 10 49 35 51
2004 Palookaville
  • Label: Skint (UK), Astralwerks (U.S.)
  • Released: 4 October 2004
  • Format: CD, LP
14 35 54 59 83 40 28 149 1
2010 Here Lies Love (with David Byrne)
  • Label: 6 April 2010
  • Released: Todomundo, Nonesuch
  • Format: CD
76 96 83
"" denotes releases that did not chart
As The Brighton Port Authority
Year Details Peak chart positions
UK
[23]
2009 I Think We're Gonna Need a Bigger Boat
  • Label: Southern Fried
  • Released: 6 January 2009
  • Format: CD, LP
156

Live albums

As Fatboy Slim
Year Details Peak chart positions
UK
[23]
AUS
[24]
FRA
[29]
SWI
[34]
US
[35]
US
Dance

[36]
1998 On the Floor at the Boutique
  • Label: Skint
  • Released: 1998
  • Format: CD
173
2002 Live on Brighton Beach
  • Label: Southern Fried
  • Released: 25 February 2002
  • Format: CD, CS
19[1] 27 103 64 9
Big Beach Boutique II (with Midfield General)
  • Label: Southern Fried
  • Released: 7 October 2002
  • Format: CD
2005 Bondi Beach: New Years Eve '06
  • Label: Addiction
  • Released: December 2005
  • Format: CD
2010 New Years Eve 2010-11 Mix
  • Label: Addiction
  • Released: December 2010
  • Format: Download
Notes

^  I Denotes chart position on UK Compilation Albums chart.

Compilation albums

As Fatboy Slim
Year Details Peak chart positions
UK
[23]
AUS
[24]
AUT
[25]
BEL
(F)

[26]
BEL
(W)

[27]
FIN
[28]
NLD
[30]
NZ
[32]
SWI
[34]
US
[35]
US
Dance

[35]
1997 Beat Up the NME
  • A mixtape released with copies of a 1997 issue of NME magazine.
  • Label: NME
  • Released: 1997
  • Format: CS
2000 The Signature Series Volume 1: Fatboy Slim's Greatest Remixes
  • Label: BML Entertainment
  • Released: 15 February 2000
  • Format: CD
The Fatboy Slim/Norman Cook Collection
  • Label: Hip-O
  • Released: 21 March 2000
  • Format: CD
195
Essential Selection Vol. 1 (with Paul Oakenfold)
  • Label: London
  • Released: 2000
  • Format: CD
  • Note: Disc two is a mix album by Fatboy Slim; disc one is a mix album by Paul Oakenfold.
2001 Halfway Between the Gutter and the Guardian
  • A free promo CD given with some issues of The Guardian.
  • Label: Skint, The Guardian
  • Released: 2001
  • Format: CD
2006 Fala aí!
  • Label: ST2
  • Released: 18 July 2006
  • Format: CD
  • Note: Released only in Brazil.
The Greatest Hits Why Try Harder
  • Label: Skint (UK), Astralwerks (U.S.)
  • Released: 19 June 2006
  • Format: CD, LP
2 4 30 31 45 31 69 8 22 6
2007 Late Night Tales: Fatboy Slim
  • A compilation of various songs picked by Cook, as well as a remake of Kraftwerk's "Radioactivity" by Cook.
  • Label: Late Night Tales
  • Released: 15 October 2007
  • Format: CD
2009 Dance Bitch
  • Label: Liberator Music
  • Released: 2 March 2009
  • Format: CD
42
2010 The Legend Returns
  • A CD released with copies of a 2010 issue of Mixmag magazine.
  • Label: Mixmag
  • Released: June 2010
  • Format: CD
Best of the Bootlegs
  • A compilation featuring various bootlegs and remixes of Fatboy Slim tracks.
  • Label: Skint
  • Released: 13 September 2010
  • Format: Download, CD
As Norman Cook
Year Details
1995 Southern Fried House
  • A compilation of songs originally released under Cook's pseudonyms "Mighty Dub Katz", "Sunny Side Up" and "Yum Yum Head Food", and his band Pizzaman.
  • Label: Smile Communications
  • Released: 1998
  • Format: CD
1998 Skip to My Loops
  • A collection of samples aimed at DJs.
  • Label: AMG
  • Released: 1998
  • Format: CD
2001 A Break from the Norm
  • A collection of tracks sampled on Fatboy Slim songs.
  • Label: Gut
  • Released: 2001
  • Format: CD, LP
2006 The Ultimate DJ Sample Box (with Paul Oakenfold)
  • Label: Hypnotic
  • Released: 2006
  • Format: CD

Remix albums

As Fatboy Slim
Year Details
2007 The Greatest Hits Remixed
  • Label: Skint
  • Released: 24 September 2007
  • Format: CD, LP

Extended plays

As Fatboy Slim

Year Details
2002 My Game
  • Label: Skint (UK)
    Astralwerks (U.S.)
  • Released: November 2002
  • Format: CD
Illuminati
  • Label: Skint (UK)
    Astralwerks (U.S.)
  • Released: 19 November 2002
  • Format: CD
Camber Sands
  • Label: Skint (UK)
    Astralwerks (U.S.)
  • Released: 19 November 2002
  • Format: CD
The Pimp
  • Label: Skint (UK)
    Astralwerks (U.S.)
  • Released: 19 November 2002
  • Format: CD

Singles

As Fatboy Slim

Year Title Peak chart positions Album
UK
[23]
AUS
[24]
AUT
[25]
BEL
(F)
[26]
BEL
(W)
[27]
CAN
[41]
FIN
[28]
FRA
[29]
NLD
[30]
NOR
[31]
NZ
[32]
SWE
[33]
SWI
[34]
US
[35]
US
Alt.
[42]
US
Dance
[43]
1996 "Everybody Needs a 303" 191 Better Living Through Chemistry
"Punk to Funk" 177
1997 "Going out of My Head" 57 28
"Everybody Needs a 303" (Remix) 34 Non-album single
"Everybody Loves a Carnival" 199
1998 "The Rockafeller Skank" 6 32 23 49 69 45 20 17 16 24 72 39 You've Come a Long Way, Baby
"Gangster Trippin" 3 6 68 32 49 49
1999 "Praise You" 1 28 31 4 46 11 32 44 36 2
"Right Here, Right Now" 2 28 37 56 25 56 54
"Build It Up Tear It Down"
2000 "Sunset (Bird of Prey)" 9 8[2] 15[3] 97 91 20 50 77 35 Halfway Between the Gutter and the Stars
2001 "Demons" (featuring Macy Gray) 16 17[4] 13[5] 78
"Star 69" 10 23 14[6] 18[7] 20 85 3[8]/
10[9]
"Weapon of Choice" 33
"Song for Shelter"/"Ya Mama" 30
"Song for Shelter" (Remix) 90 Non-album single
"Drop the Hate" 101 Halfway Between the Gutter and the Stars
2002 "Retox" 73
"Talkin' bout My Baby" 92
2004 "Slash Dot Dash" 12 Palookaville
"Wonderful Night" 51
2005 "The Joker" 32 99
"Don't Let the Man Get You Down" 153
2006 "That Old Pair of Jeans" 39 The Greatest Hits Why Try Harder
"Weapon of Choice" (Remix) 137
"Champion Sound" 88
2007 "Radioactivity" Late Night Tales: Fatboy Slim
2010 "Please Don't" (with David Byrne, featuring Santigold) Here Lies Love
"Machines Can Do the Work" (with Hervé) Non-album single
"" denotes releases that did not chart.
Featured singles
Year Title Peak chart positions Album
UK
[44]
1999 "Badder Badder Schwing" (Freddy Fresh featuring Fatboy Slim) 34 The Last True Family Man

As Norman Cook

Year Title Peak chart positions Album
UK
[45]
NZ
[46]
1989 "Won't Talk About It"/"Blame It on the Bassline"[10] 29 36 Non-album single

As The Brighton Port Authority

Year Title Peak chart positions Album
UK
[23]
BEL
(F)
[47]
2008 "Toe Jam" (featuring Dizzee Rascal and David Byrne) 198 8[11] I Think We're Gonna Need a Bigger Boat
"Seattle" (featuring Emmy the Great)
2009 "He's Frank (Slight Return)" (featuring Iggy Pop)
"Should I Stay or Should I Blow" (featuring Ashley Beedle)
"" denotes releases that did not chart.
Notes

^  II Denotes chart position on the Belgian Ultratip chart.
^  III Denotes chart position for the uncensored version of the song ("Star 69 (What the Fuck)").
^  IV Denotes chart position for the censored version of the song ("Star 69 (What the F*ck)").
^  V The single release charted as a double A-side single ("Won't Talk About It"/"Blame It on the Bassline") in the UK. Only "Blame It on the Bassline" was counted as charting in New Zealand.

Video

DVDs

As Fatboy Slim
Year Details
2006 The Greatest Hits Why Make Videos
  • Label: Skint (UK), Astralwerks (U.S.)
  • Released: 19 June 2006
Big Beach Boutique II - The Movie
  • Label: Capitol
  • Released: 29 October 2006
2008 Incredible Adventures in Brazil
  • Label: ST2
  • Released: 4 March 2008

See also

Notes

  1. 1.0 1.1 Changes of Name, UK Government, 8 July 2002, pp. page 8166.
  2. MTV.com bio)
  3. 3.0 3.1 Norman Cook's long way to stardom, BBC News, 7 September 2001. URL accessed on 20 May 2010.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Fatboy Slim rakes in MTV awards, BBC News, 7 September 2001. URL accessed on 20 May 2010.
  5. Right here, right now: Fatboy Slim and Sound Affects Brazil The Independent. Retrieved 6 January 2009.
  6. Fatboy Slim Pulls Into Brighton Port Authority
  7. Fatboy Slim crowds cause chaos, BBC News, 14 July 2002. URL accessed on 20 May 2010.
  8. BBC Glastonbury 2005 Fatboy Slim
  9. Rock Ness fans have monster time, BBC News, 25 June 2006. URL accessed on 20 May 2010.
  10. Thousands attend Fatboy Slim gig, BBC News, 1 January 2007. URL accessed on 20 May 2010.
  11. 20,000 head to Brighton beach party. Shoreham Herald (080928).
  12. NME interview
  13. http://www.virginmedia.com/music/vfestival2009/galleries/best-of-saturday.php?ssid=6
  14. http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/gallery/2009/jun/28/glastonbury-gallery-trash-city-fatboy-slim
  15. http://www.glastonburyfestivals.co.uk/news/the-2010-line-up-is-revealed
  16. Zoe Ball and Fatboy Slim 'to split', BBC News, 18 January 2003. URL accessed on 20 May 2010.
  17. Jennifer Drury, Work begins on new stadium.
  18. A Selection Of Lists From Q Magazine Page 2
  19. Case, Philip, Fatboy Slim in rehab, The Sun, 4 March 2009.
  20. Fatboy Slim leaves rehab. idiomag (31 March 2009). Retrieved on 2009-04-01.
  21. The Ivor Novello Awards Nominees
  22. Independent Music Awards 6th Annual Judges
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  38. 38.0 38.1 http://www.aria.com.au/pages/aria-charts-accreditations-albums-2000.htm
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  40. http://www.riaa.com/goldandplatinumdata.php?table=SEARCH
  41. Fatboy Slim Top Singles positions. RPM. Retrieved on 2011-06-09.
  42. Radiohead Album & Song Chart History: Alternative Songs. Billboard. Prometheus Global Media. Retrieved on 2011-03-14.
  43. Radiohead Album & Song Chart History: Dance/Club Play Songs. Billboard. Prometheus Global Media. Retrieved on 2011-03-14.
  44. British chart positions. chartstats.com. Retrieved on 2011-06-09.
  45. British chart positions. chartstats.com. Retrieved on 2011-06-09.
  46. New Zealand chart positions. charts.org.nz. Retrieved on 2011-06-09.
  47. Belgian chart positions. ultratop.be. Retrieved on 2011-06-09.

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